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[texts]CAUT-Report-Israel-lobby-York-University-2008 - CAUT
Canadian Association of University Teachers (CAUT) report cites pro-Israel bias at York University. (Two PDF files)
Keywords: York University; CAUT; Israel lobby; University
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[texts]Isotope incorporation in broad-snouted caimans (crocodilians). (Volume 2) - Caut, Stephane
This article is from Biology Open, volume 2.AbstractThe trophic ecology and migration of vertebrate species have been increasingly studied using stable isotope analysis. However, this approach requires knowledge on how dietary isotopic values are reflected in consumers' tissues. To date, this information has only been obtained for a handful of ectotherms; in particular, little is known about crocodilians...
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[texts]Phenology of marine turtle nesting revealed by statistical model of the nesting season. (Volume 6) - Girondot, Marc
This article is from BMC Ecology, volume 6.AbstractBackground: Marine turtles deposit their eggs on tropical or subtropical beaches during discrete nesting seasons that span several months. The number and distribution of nests laid during a nesting season provide vital information on various aspects of marine turtle ecology and conservation. Results: In the case of leatherback sea turtles nesting in French Guiana, we developed a mathematical model to explore the phenology of their nesting season...
[texts]The effects of fire on ant trophic assemblage and sex allocation. (Volume 4) - Caut, Stephane
This article is from Ecology and Evolution, volume 4.AbstractFire plays a key role in ecosystem dynamics worldwide, altering energy flows and species community structure and composition. However, the functional mechanisms underlying these effects are not well understood. Many ground-dwelling animal species can shelter themselves from exposure to heat and therefore rarely suffer direct mortality. However, fire-induced alterations to the environment may change a species' relative trophic level wit...
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